Renegade Classics To Hold Grand Opening

New Store Features Biker Apparel And Accessories

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Newly opened Renegade Classics will roll out the red carpet beginning Thursday and continuing through Saturday to show off the all-new 1,800 square foot space. The new store opened last month and carries a selection of helmets, boots, gloves, jackets, patches and more.

Featured brands such as the exclusive Renegade Classics line, Liberty Wear, and Brackney Leather aren’t available anywhere else locally. 

Owners Julie and Greg Manning said they have researched hundreds of products to find the right selection for their new Chattanooga store. After nearly 10 years of riding together, the Mannings know what bikers want.

“We knew our fellow bikers wanted more options here in Chattanooga, so we when we discovered this business opportunity, we jumped in with both feet.”

Before opening the store, Mr. Manning had his own business, White Oak Embroidery, where he created one-of-a-kind embroidered patches as well as custom embroidered hats, shirts, monograms, and logos. He said, "Merging the embroidery business into a Renegade store was an easy decision. You can get your vest, patches, and sewing all in the same place."

Throughout the three day celebration, shoppers can enter to win a prize pack, enjoy hourly giveaways, and receive a free shammy with purchase (while supplies last).

Renegade Classics Chattanooga is at 5888 Brainerd Road, in the Brainerd Village shopping center, across the street from Bud’s Sports Bar. 



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